I’ve been enjoying the wonderful June weather, but with so many other things to do, I haven’t been doing very much sewing.
The garden is growing..wait a minute, those are weeds! But some desirable plants too. I love having edibles in the garden that we can step outside and pick, when the squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, and birds don’t beat us to it. The pear tree is laden, each pear about 1 inch diameter. We bought it at a big box store, and it’s a grafted tree. Because pears need to be cross-pollinated, the grafts on the tree (5 different varieties) allow that to happen.
Now that you’re hungry, here’s the one sewing finish I did manage. My daughter helped pick out the fabrics for my niece, who’s 5. Yes, it wasn’t very hard to steer her to the Kate Spain fabrics, so sweet and lovely. This is the Ruby Lou doll pattern from Sew Much Ado.
Linking up to the Kate Spain blog hop at Blossom Heart Quilts and TGIFF, which is also hosted by Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts this week. (Click on the buttons to visit!)